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Just brought new fob off internet to replace broken spare but don't know how to reset it the car is 6years old Hyundai i10
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the central locking control unit is in the drivers door. there's a polythene sheet in the door panel. If that's ripped or petrified then rain may be screwing with the electrics. it may be worth taking off the door panel and wrapping it the controll unit in a shopping bag or summat.....
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
unfortunatly, that is usually a programming code that the dealer does not let out. that is one of there easy money makers. it cost me $180 at nissan to get mine done, because no one could help me there.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
Try this,,turn the key on ,wait 10 minutes,then turn the key off,then right back on,do this three times,a total of 30 minutes,this should reset the key fob,if this is the problem.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
First find little notch on side of FOB that will allow you to open the FOB itself. Next insert mini flathead and twist hard until unti snaps open. Hopefully you didnt break it yet. Then pull out circuitboard within FOB. nEXT remove battery and press red button and hold for 5 seconds. Replace Battery then put circuitry back in place. Now, with circuitry in place hold all three buttons while simultaneously pressing the red circuit overload reset button on the board. Then, press the thre buttons in this exact order ( this is a very important step) press the door unlock buttton twice before waiting three seconds then pressing the hood open button 3 times followed by a 5 second delay then pressing lock> But wait, before you press lock you must "chime" this code to the song "waiting for a girl like you" by foreigner. The code will then automatically find your cars code, get married and then you will be in luck - many baby remotes will start to fall from your dash board. If this doesnt work it is probably due to the fact that you have more of a hard rocker or redneck remote and follow all prior procedures but replacethe song with only "welcome to the jungle" or tears in my beer". If this still doesnt work, grab a beer and share it generously with your remote. When this doesnt work, (as I suspect at this point it wont) take your remote and after finishing the 12 pak, take the remote to your local hyundai dealer and threaten to throw up in the main sales room if they dont program it for you. Mae sure you slur the fact that your dad owns Hyundai (even though you are as white as can be) and that you will sue them all out of work if they dont do this for you ...plus you then proceed to puke on the front door handle and tell the customers " this is what you have to look forward to if you get oneof these BEutieeeesss hahahaha" while rubbing your puke infested hands all overtheir nice shirts and blouses, ....this I promise will work. And you should have a nicely programmed remote the next morning after waking up in the drunk tank and the officer gives you a ride home because the mayor of "yourtown" is your neighbor and your supposed to be at home cooking a barbeque for him that after....HIC...that after...HIC that ...noon.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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